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Climate Public Private Partnership Programme (CP3)

UK Department for International Development

CP3 aims to demonstrate that climate friendly investments in developing countries, including in renewable energy, water, energy efficiency and forestry are not only ethically right but also commercially viable. It aims to attract new forms of finance such as pension funds and sovereign wealth funds into these areas by creating two commercial private equity funds of funds which will invest in subfunds and projects in developing countries, creating track records of investment performance which should in turn encourage further investments and accelerate the growth of investment in climate.

Project Identifier: GB-1-201733
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 21-04-2010
Total Budget: £47,954,541

Land Investment For Transformation

DAI Europe

The project purpose of the Land Investment for Transformation Programme (Ethiopia) is to increase land tenure security through second level land certification (SLLC) and improved rural land administration systems, maximising benefits to small holder farmers through to a Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) component, in the four states of Oromia, Amhara, Tigray and the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR). At the national level the project will work with the Government to ensure the transparency of land allocation, commercial land investment procedures and other policies and procedures are consistent with international good practice and human rights commitments. The LIFT Programme consists of three main pillars that includes: 1. Second Level Land Certification 2. M4P Interventions 3. Cross Cutting Policy Issues

Project Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-202900
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: N/A
Budget: £41,230,266

Business Finance for the Poor in Bangladesh

UK Department for International Development

The programme is increasing access to finance for the micro and small enterprises-MSEs- in Bangladesh. It is working in three folds- 1. working with the policymakers to make the financial sector policies more conducive for MSEs, 2. setting up a credit information bureau for the microfinance sector and 3. working with the private sector to bring innovative financial products, services and delivery channels to the market that will increase MSEs' ability to access formal financial services. All these will help increase the private sector credit to GDP ratio from the existing 48% to 53% which will contribute to increase the MSE supported jobs from the existing 28million to 30million and leverage additional £93million in loans from the private sector to the MSEs. This programme is helping Bangladesh achieve the SDG target 1.4 of ensuring all men and women particularly poor and vulnerable have access to appropriate financial services.

Project Identifier: GB-1-202180
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 10-03-2014
Total Budget: £29,999,996

Girls Education Challenge

Price Waterhouse Cooper

The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) was launched by the UK in 2012 as a 12 year commitment to reach the most marginalised girls in the world and is the largest global fund dedicated to girls’ education. The UK is committed to ensuring millions of girls in some of the poorest countries, including girls who have disabilities or are at risk of being left behind, receive a quality education. Through the GEC, we aim to transform the lives of over one million of the world’s most marginalised girls through quality education and learning. Access to a good quality education and learning opportunities will empower these girls to secure a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-03580586-5000559298
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 01-04-2017
Budget: £21,112,518

PEP-Z

Nathan Associates London Ltd

PEP Zambia is a six-year (2014-2020) UKaid-funded private sector development programme designed to encourage and support investment and job creation. We work through intervention partnerships across the programme's four sectors to achieve specific development objectives in each sector: 1) Food and agriculture: Increased competitiveness and value of Zambian food products in end consumer markets. 2) Mines and mining services: Increased sustainable and inclusive economic impact of mining in Zambia. 3)Tourism and hospitality: Increased value and proportion of tourist revenues captured by local businesses. 4) Business Services for Investment and Growth: Increased access to business services and sources of finance that support growth-oriented businesses. PEP Zambia helps intervention partners to introduce business innovations (new products, services or business models) that deliver profitable growth for our partner and open up new market opportunities for Zambian micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs). The core of the PEPZ value offer to potential partners is formulated under four headings: 1) Capital: Our cost-sharing financial intervention mechanisms designed to incentivise business innovation that will benefit Zambian SMEs and micro-enterprises; 2) Capacity: Our internal expertise and our network of external specialist consultants who can help intervention partners design and implement solutions; 3) Connections: Our networks and contacts that allow us to facilitate business connections and transactions; and 4) Compliance: Our understanding of the formal and informal rules of focus sector markets means that we can help businesses to meet legal/regulatory requirements and client/consumer needs.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-654
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 08-04-2014
Budget: £14,600,627

Market Development in Northern Ghana

DAI Europe

DFID Ghana’s Operational Plan for 2011-2015 proposes a focus on the North of Ghana to help bridge the gap in development between the south and the North of the country. The programme is expected to improve the incomes and resilience of poor farmers and small-scale rural entrepreneurs in the Northern Savannah by improving the way that markets work, with a particular focus on agricultural value chains (the full range of activities that bring a crop to the consumer)

Project Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-201857
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 01-09-2013
Budget: £14,299,700

Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique

DAI Europe

The Mozambique’s Access to Finance Programme (MAFiP) is a 5 year contract wanting to impact the “active use of responsibly provided financial services by poor people and Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) that meet their needs”. Overall the expected outcome is to open the access to the financial services for the population and businesses of Mozambique and to work with the Government of Mozambique to meet its 2020 target of increasing financial access from 22.3% to 35%.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-203317
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 03-03-2014
Budget: £13,705,294

Private Enterprise Programme in Zambia

DAI Europe

The Private Enterprise Programme will tackle low levels of productivity and increase the competitiveness of Zambia\\\'s private sector by strengthening the capacity of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). It will target enterprises that have the potential to grow, create jobs and contribute to the diversification of the economy. The programme is hoping to see MSMEs increase in size and capability.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-1858644-201980
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 08-04-2014
Budget: £13,653,934

Ghana MADE Interventions

Nathan Associates London Ltd

The Market Development (MADE) Programme for Northern Ghana is a six-year programme funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) driving changes in the way agribusinesses operate and engage with smallholder farmers (SHFs) in the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone (NSEZ) of Ghana. Since March 2014, MADE has worked directly with over 100 agribusiness and support enterprises to help build the productivity and resilience of over 70,000 smallholder farmers (SHFs). MADE’s market systems approach has been to pioneer annual cycles of interventions with agribusiness partners (input suppliers and aggregators) to validate the commercial case for delivering comprehensive packages (bundles) of inputs and services to SHFs. It has encouraged agribusinesses to introduce a farm enterprise advisory service to ensure farmers enjoy the “seven rights” with respect to receiving the right quality of inputs and services, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price, in the right place, in the right form and, crucially, using these inputs and services in the right way. The employment of Farm Enterprise Advisors (FEAs) by agribusinesses to work with their outreach farmers has proved to be a key element of this business model, improving relationships, raising farming yields and standards, allowing effective monitoring and delivering faster growth. MADE has supported partner firms with their management systems for this approach and encouraged partnerships with specialist service providers, wholesalers and end-users to maximise commercial and financing opportunities across the value chains. MADE has also encouraged the introduction of new technologies such as water capture and drip irrigation, improved mechanisation systems, climate smart agriculture and has worked with the Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) to improve post-harvest handling and storage

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-GhanaMADEInterventions
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 02-03-2014
Budget: £12,231,784

Market Development (MADE) Programme for Northern Ghana

Nathan Associates London Ltd

The Market Development (MADE) Programme for Northern Ghana is a six-year programme funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) driving changes in the way agribusinesses operate and engage with smallholder farmers (SHFs) in the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone (NSEZ) of Ghana. Since March 2014, MADE has worked directly with over 100 agribusiness and support enterprises to help build the productivity and resilience of over 70,000 smallholder farmers (SHFs). MADE’s market systems approach has been to pioneer annual cycles of interventions with agribusiness partners (input suppliers and aggregators) to validate the commercial case for delivering comprehensive packages (bundles) of inputs and services to SHFs. It has encouraged agribusinesses to introduce a farm enterprise advisory service to ensure farmers enjoy the “seven rights” with respect to receiving the right quality of inputs and services, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price, in the right place, in the right form and, crucially, using these inputs and services in the right way. The employment of Farm Enterprise Advisors (FEAs) by agribusinesses to work with their outreach farmers has proved to be a key element of this business model, improving relationships, raising farming yields and standards, allowing effective monitoring and delivering faster growth. MADE has supported partner firms with their management systems for this approach and encouraged partnerships with specialist service providers, wholesalers and end-users to maximise commercial and financing opportunities across the value chains. MADE has also encouraged the introduction of new technologies such as water capture and drip irrigation, improved mechanisation systems, climate smart agriculture and has worked with the Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) to improve post-harvest handling and storage.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-GhanaMADE
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 02-03-2014
Budget: £12,231,784

Ghana MADE Reimbursables

Nathan Associates London Ltd

The Market Development (MADE) Programme for Northern Ghana is a six-year programme funded by the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID) driving changes in the way agribusinesses operate and engage with smallholder farmers (SHFs) in the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone (NSEZ) of Ghana. Since March 2014, MADE has worked directly with over 100 agribusiness and support enterprises to help build the productivity and resilience of over 70,000 smallholder farmers (SHFs). MADE’s market systems approach has been to pioneer annual cycles of interventions with agribusiness partners (input suppliers and aggregators) to validate the commercial case for delivering comprehensive packages (bundles) of inputs and services to SHFs. It has encouraged agribusinesses to introduce a farm enterprise advisory service to ensure farmers enjoy the “seven rights” with respect to receiving the right quality of inputs and services, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price, in the right place, in the right form and, crucially, using these inputs and services in the right way. The employment of Farm Enterprise Advisors (FEAs) by agribusinesses to work with their outreach farmers has proved to be a key element of this business model, improving relationships, raising farming yields and standards, allowing effective monitoring and delivering faster growth. MADE has supported partner firms with their management systems for this approach and encouraged partnerships with specialist service providers, wholesalers and end-users to maximise commercial and financing opportunities across the value chains. MADE has also encouraged the introduction of new technologies such as water capture and drip irrigation, improved mechanisation systems, climate smart agriculture and has worked with the Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) to improve post-harvest handling and storage

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-GhanaMADEReimbursables
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 02-03-2014
Budget: £12,231,784

Business Enabling Environment Programme - Private Sector Led Growth

UK Department for International Development

To improve service delivery of targeted government institutions by providing them with the capacity to streamline administrative procedures. This will transform the business environment nationwide and reduce the time and cost of doing business in Ghana This contributes towards our MDG’s by increasing private investment and will result in the creation of economic opportunities for the poor by 2018.

Project Identifier: GB-1-202455
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 26-01-2015
Total Budget: £10,699,984

Invest Salone

Nathan Associates London Ltd

Invest Salone (ISL) is a 6-year, DFID-funded Programme aiming to help Sierra Leone to realise the benefits of international trade, and raise the incomes of 370,000 people by 2025, by facilitating domestic and foreign investment in tradable sectors (such as agriculture, tourism, fisheries and manufacturing) through three high-level workstreams: • Investment climate reform, reducing the cost and risk of doing business in Sierra Leone, and; • Market systems development, using a spectrum of tools including brokering links between producers and buyers and technical assistance to develop innovative business models that benefit the poor. • Investment Promotion, identifying opportunities and making linkages to facilitate investment.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-10071
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 16-09-2019
Budget: £1,400,000

Invest Salone - Reimbursables

Nathan Associates London Ltd

Invest Salone (ISL) is a 6-year, DFID-funded Programme aiming to help Sierra Leone to realise the benefits of international trade, and raise the incomes of 370,000 people by 2025, by facilitating domestic and foreign investment in tradable sectors (such as agriculture, tourism, fisheries and manufacturing) through three high-level workstreams: • Investment climate reform, reducing the cost and risk of doing business in Sierra Leone, and; • Market systems development, using a spectrum of tools including brokering links between producers and buyers and technical assistance to develop innovative business models that benefit the poor. • Investment Promotion, identifying opportunities and making linkages to facilitate investment.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-10071-Reimbursables
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 16-09-2019
Budget: £1,400,000

PEP-Z Reimbursables

Nathan Associates London Ltd

PEP Zambia is a six-year (2014-2020) UKaid-funded private sector development programme designed to encourage and support investment and job creation. We work through intervention partnerships across the programme's four sectors to achieve specific development objectives in each sector: 1) Food and agriculture: Increased competitiveness and value of Zambian food products in end consumer markets. 2) Mines and mining services: Increased sustainable and inclusive economic impact of mining in Zambia. 3)Tourism and hospitality: Increased value and proportion of tourist revenues captured by local businesses. 4) Business Services for Investment and Growth: Increased access to business services and sources of finance that support growth-oriented businesses. PEP Zambia helps intervention partners to introduce business innovations (new products, services or business models) that deliver profitable growth for our partner and open up new market opportunities for Zambian micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs). The core of the PEPZ value offer to potential partners is formulated under four headings: 1) Capital: Our cost-sharing financial intervention mechanisms designed to incentivise business innovation that will benefit Zambian SMEs and micro-enterprises; 2) Capacity: Our internal expertise and our network of external specialist consultants who can help intervention partners design and implement solutions; 3) Connections: Our networks and contacts that allow us to facilitate business connections and transactions; and 4) Compliance: Our understanding of the formal and informal rules of focus sector markets means that we can help businesses to meet legal/regulatory requirements and client/consumer needs.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-654-PEPZReimbursables
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 01-04-2014
Budget: Not Provided

PEP-Z Interventions

Nathan Associates London Ltd

PEP Zambia is a six-year (2014-2020) UKaid-funded private sector development programme designed to encourage and support investment and job creation. We work through intervention partnerships across the programme's four sectors to achieve specific development objectives in each sector: 1) Food and agriculture: Increased competitiveness and value of Zambian food products in end consumer markets. 2) Mines and mining services: Increased sustainable and inclusive economic impact of mining in Zambia. 3)Tourism and hospitality: Increased value and proportion of tourist revenues captured by local businesses. 4) Business Services for Investment and Growth: Increased access to business services and sources of finance that support growth-oriented businesses. PEP Zambia helps intervention partners to introduce business innovations (new products, services or business models) that deliver profitable growth for our partner and open up new market opportunities for Zambian micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs). The core of the PEPZ value offer to potential partners is formulated under four headings: 1) Capital: Our cost-sharing financial intervention mechanisms designed to incentivise business innovation that will benefit Zambian SMEs and micro-enterprises; 2) Capacity: Our internal expertise and our network of external specialist consultants who can help intervention partners design and implement solutions; 3) Connections: Our networks and contacts that allow us to facilitate business connections and transactions; and 4) Compliance: Our understanding of the formal and informal rules of focus sector markets means that we can help businesses to meet legal/regulatory requirements and client/consumer needs.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02768268-654-PEPZInterventions
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 01-04-2014
Budget: Not Provided

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